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The former No. 1 player said Thursday that she long had wanted to run a marathon, and had decided before Wimbledon to take the 26.2 mile plunge: "It's always been on my bucket list," Wozniacki told CBS This Morning, before making a sly mention of her freed-up social calendar. "November opened up for me, so why not tick that off?"
(Wozniacki was supposed to get married to Rory McIlroy in New York sometime later this year before the golfer broke off their engagement in May.)
Excited to get my New York on as a 1st time marathoner @nycmarathon! #TCSNYCMarathon! Support me @TeamforKids http://t.co/2TTBgg1Gc8
— Caroline Wozniacki (@CaroWozniacki) July 31, 2014
The 23-year-old has a disorder called ectodermal dysplasia, a rare medical condition which greatly affects the way he looks – something the NBA champion claimed to be completely unaware of back in April when he openly mocked Binion’s appearance in a video on Instagram.
In addition, the lawsuit accused the trio of defamation, general negligence and an intentional infliction of emotional distress, stating that “the defendants’ communications clearly implied that the plaintiff was an appropriate object of mockery, ridicule and shame.”
The lawsuit was filed in Macomb County Circuit Court on Wednesday. Binion is seeking more than $25,000 in damages, according to the Free Press.